what is a benefit for eating meat and greens? A.) helps reduce risk of diabetis B.)helps keep your teeth and gums healthy. C.) helps build strong bones D.) helps your body's overall growth
The term occipital refers to the
Answer: the back lower skull
The process of learning to base one's behavior on the belief of what is right and wrong. aggression
C Or D??
In the context of psychological research, the variable that is considered to be the cause is called the _____ variable. operational hypothetical independent mediating
The independent variable is the one that can be altered in an experimental setting the effect of this change can also bring change to the dependent variable. The dependent variable is the result of the experimentation procedure. It is the outcome of the experiment.
If the variable is responsible for the cause then it is called as an independent variable in the psychological research.
A student nurse looks at a patientâs chart and does not understand the meaning of serious sleep apnea, so she asks the head nurse for assistance. how might the head nurse describe this condition?
Groups of organs that work together to complete a process in the body are called: cells
The answer here would be tissues.
What injuries can be treated with R.I.C.E.? Broken bones
Minor twists or sprains
Cuts and open wounds
None of the above
cuts and open wonds
What are some challenges of being a pediatrician?
knowing how to handle children.
learning the behavior of certain kids, and how to work well with them.
Which two organs are part of the excretory system? A. gizzard, beak B. stomach, esophagus C. large intestine, small intestine D. kidney, bladder
To answer this question, I have a little trick to help you out with the excretory system.
The -ex in excretory: I think of ex as ''exit'', so...
Answer choice D) Kidney and bladder would best fit, because your kidney and bladder takes waste from your body and has it ''exit'' your body. Get it?
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